I'm David Carnoy, Executive Editor for CNET.com and I'm here with the Nocs NS600 Crush earphones, these are an in-ear canal earphone and they're designed to be noise-isolating.
They are very lightweight.
They have a cool design.
Nocs is a Swedish company so you have kind of a Scandinavian design to these earphones also a transparent cable and in-line remote with microphone.
It is Apple-friendly.
The huge thing about
these earphones is that they have dual drivers, thus deliver a rich sound.
It does tend towards the bass side this [unk] heavy earphone when called incredibly detailed but I did like them.
I take the subway on my commute to work and it is a good to have a bass heavier headphone because that does help drawn out the noise a little bit better if you lose some of those low frequencies when you have a lot of ambient noise.
I did find this to be very comfortable.
They are light weight, they do come with a nice carrying case, a couple of accessories with them.
You do get a [unk] adapter for airplaying
use and the usual assortment of ear tips.
So this is a nice earphone from Nocs, Swedish Company, a little bit expensive at $150 but a recommendable earphone.
I'm David Carnoy and those are the Nocs NS600 Crush earphones.
Thanks for watching.
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